KnA Seminar – High Piled Storage

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This 8-hour seminar will provide a detailed understanding of the hazards associated with high-piled combustible storage. This seminar is part of the yearly California Fire Prevention Institute in Buellton, CA. The seminar is targeted towards fire and building inspectors, fire prevention officers and professionals. Discussed will be the latest fire and building codes and regulations, in particular Chapter 32 of the California Fire Code (2016 Edition) and NFPA 13 (2016 Edition).

Attendees will learn how to use the commodity classification system and identify various storage methods. Also discussed is how each storage method impacts fire behavior, and how to review and develop appropriate fire protection measures to mitigate the risks. In addition, workshops are planned to help the seminar participants in applying the learned material and further their understanding in the intent of the codes and regulations and ultimately achieving a solid fire protection approach or strategy.

The seminar is sponsored by the California Fire Chiefs Association, Fire Prevention Officers. Everyone is welcome to attend. Just register on the web page. Additional information, CFPI class selections including registration information can be found on the web page.

  • Date: March 13th – 17th
  • Location: Buellton, CA
  • Length: All day (see class schedule)
  • Audience: Fire Prevention Officers & Professionals, AHJ, Inspectors

For more event details, please see Section Upcoming Seminars

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